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The nasty party is back

The summary of the election seems to be that, defying all expectations of pollsters, the youth actually voted. The difference this election is that the youth had a very positive politician representing them who actually connected with them. Corbyn’s optimism

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Strikes

Today the Conservative government announced that workers’ strikes may only be held if they are backed by 40% of all eligible voters. This is the government which came to power after receiving the backing of 24% of all eligible voters.

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FUD

In software cultures there is a well known attack called FUD, which stands for Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt. In absence of facts, you attempt to weaken your opponent by implanting uncertainties and doubts about your opponent in your audience’s mind

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Shapps

http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2015/apr/21/grant-shapps-accused-of-editing-wikipedia-pages-of-tory-rivals Regardless of your party affinity, Grant “I’m so rich my car even has a fridge in it” Shapps is exactly the kind of politician who erodes public trust in politics. It’s not the first time he’s been accused of

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